Question about Toshiba Satellite 1715XCDS Cooling Fan (k000882360) Laptop Cooler
Cooling fan overheating, message keeps popping on screen saying to turn off computer and return for service
Posted by Anonymous on
You need to get pressurized air and blow the vents to remove dust particles causing over heat. Or if possible remove keyboard to expose cooling fan and chip and use pressurized air to blow off dust
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toshiba cooling system
If u have a laptop (that's what i found out that toshiba Qosmio is ) then is no problem that the fans stop (as long as the temp. is within the normal working margins ). U might have a setting problem - a bad software, managing the cooling system; - a bad BIOS setting regarding system temperature protection; - or the temperature detectors malfunctions, and must be changed (if possible)
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: System warning pop-up
Are you sure that nothing is overheating? If your cpu fan is turning too slow it won't disipate the heat. Do you have a program showing cpu temp:? I would take the access off the bottom and make sure the cpu fan is clean. If that is not the problem I believe you can turn the warnings off in the bios settings
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
If you DO NOT hear the fan running, have it looked at by a professional. Your fan may have died. If you can hear the fan running, blow out the fan exhaust port in the opposite direction of normal air flow. Especially on lap tops, the heat sink cooling fins become completely clogged with dust. When this happens the processor overheats causing it to run slow and eventually shuts itself down to keep from going super nova. You should blow it out at least once or twice a year. Also, if you use your laptop on the couch or in bed, place it on a hard surface like a cutting board or something similar that will allow air to flow underneath the computer. This will also help prevent dust from the cushions or blankets and such from clogging the cooling fins on the heat sink faster than usual. Remember blow it out in the opposite direction of normal air flow. You want to blow the dust out the same passage it came in through.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
SOURCE: i have bought a new
At a week old, get a replacement or fix it right away. Fix should be free, but no computer during service.....
Toshibas run too hot, in my opinion.... so you have to keep after the fans and keep lint cleaned out of it....
Overheating will yield un stable system,
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
This means that your system is experiencing heating issues. I highly suggest for you to take your Cooling system to the shop where you purchased it and get the issue fixed there.
your system needs to be Serviced.
i hope this helps.
Posted on May 16, 2011
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